Greenlee 38505 Replacement Holesaw Arbor; 1/2 Inch Chuck, 7/16 Inch Hexagonal Shank, Steel

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  • Greenlee 38505 Greenlee 38505 Replacement Holesaw Arbor; 1/2 Inch Chuck, 7/16 Inch Hexagonal Shank, Steel
Manufacturer: Greenlee
Catalog#: 38505
Crescent Part#: 147420
UPC: 783310385059
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The best arbor in the industry ensures a solid connection without any gaps or wobbling

Arbors include replaceable, high-speed steel pilot drill

Use with Greenlee bimetal hole saws, recessed light holesaws and carbide-grit hole saws (carbide-tipped pilot drill sold separately

Can be used with Greenlee #901 or #904 bit extensions

Product Details:

Greenlee High speed steel replacement pilot drill bit for 9/16 Inch to 1 3/16 Inch hole saws features a arbor that ensures a solid connection without any gaps or wobbling. 7/16 Inch Hexagonal shank drill bit has a unique split-point tip design and is compatible for use with Greenlee #901 or #904 bit extensions. It is ideal for Greenlee bimetal hole saw, recessed light hole saw and carbide grit hole saw applications.

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Product Details
Manufacturer Greenlee
Catalog# 38505
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Ships Ground. Eligible for expedited shipping Yes
Other Information
Item Replacement Hole Saw Arbor
Material High Speed Steel
Chuck Size 1/2 Inch
Shank Type Hexagonal
Shank Size 7/16 Inch
Application Use With Greenlee Bimetal Hole Saws, Recessed Light Hole Saws And Carbide Grit Hole Saws (Carbide-Tipped Pilot Drill Sold Separately), Can Be Used with Greenlee No 901 or 904 Bit Extensions
Brand Name Greenlee
Fits 9/16 - 1-3/16 Inch Hole Saw

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